$ 50,000 fine for James Harden who broke anti-Covid rules from the NBA
James Harden was fined $ 50,000 (about 40,000 euros) for breaking the rules of the NBA against the coronavirus. Harden appears unmasked in a video filmed at a partyclub. James Harden had a “heated echange” with Jae’Sean Tate at practice this week.
On Instagram, Harden confessed he went to a party, but denies the footage was filmed at a night club. “One thing after another. I went to show support to my homegirl at her event (not a strip) because she is becoming a boss and puting her people in a position of success and apparently that’s a problem. Every day there is something different. No matter how many times people drag my name under, you can’t. The real always end on top.”
James Harden should have played Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder for the first game of the Huston Rockets. But the game has been postponed due to a series of coronavirus infections within the Houston squad. The Rockets didn’t have enough players available to play. According to NBA security protocols, teams need to have at least 8 players available.